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 Post subject: Re: Plook on Tour
PostPosted: Tue May 05, 2020 1:05 pm 
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I vote for #3, and you can call him Reggie!

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4) indoor winston

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Peter Parker?

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4) indoor winston


LOL...now that's funny, the cat has to be outdoor indoor to eliminate rats and mice, indoor cats end up eating with the rats as guests... :evil:


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Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
Peter Parker?



Nice and rhyming, with a Spider-cat costume in the bag for Halloween ...but his back story will make it impossible since it will be similar to Winston Parker, he has a British accent and is actually a Russian Spy who's birth name is Vinston Parkovich, he is totally under cover cat, which makes him a cool cat...so it's either;

Winston Parker II aka Vinston Parkovich II

Richard Parker aka Rikard Parkovich

Reginald (Reggie) Parker aka Rogvolod (Roggie) Parkovich

am I weird... :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: Plook on Tour
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Plook wrote:
the cat has to be outdoor indoor to eliminate rats

wait...
you need to eliminate rats!?!?




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 Post subject: Re: Plook on Tour
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Plook wrote:
the cat has to be outdoor indoor to eliminate rats and mice

Are you sure about that? My experience says otherwise. I grew up in an older house in the country surrounded by fields. As you can imagine this can make for a heck of a rodent problem. We always kept indoor only cat and I can tell you they will slay mice with a vengeance just as much as any wild cat. The main difference being a wild cat will probably eat said rodent, where the house cat might put it in your bed! :P

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We always kept indoor only cat and I can tell you they will slay mice with a vengeance just as much as any wild cat.

i can attest to this as well.

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My problem is I am on a slab and inevitably the critters get into my shed at the rear of thee house and migrate through the attic to garage, so all the action is in the shed and the garage...therefore I need the Binford 5000 Indoor Outdoor Cat... :mrgreen:


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I need the Binford 5000 Indoor Outdoor Cat... :mrgreen:

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Binford.....has a nice ring to it.....

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Plook wrote:
I need the Binford 5000 Indoor Outdoor Cat

ok, well... i suggest that you come up with a name
that you don't mind yelling as you walk franticly through your neighborhood.

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Plook wrote:
I need the Binford 5000 Indoor Outdoor Cat

ok, well... i suggest that you come up with a name
that you don't mind yelling as you walk franticly through your neighborhood.


:lol: One of "the lads" who lived on the fringe of a well-to-do neighborhood,
owned a recidivist disobedient escape artist of a dog named Cash.
On more than one occasion, whilst on a dog recovery mission, the police would arrive
having received complaints about a scruffy individual loudly demanding
money in their exclusive little upper crust slice of paradise.....
I'm convinced that Cash thought his name was "you three legged furry sack of s**t",
which is exactly what he was.....

I had the privilege of owning one of Cash's progeny the infamous Weasel
who, unlike his father, was the most intelligent circus act of a dog I've ever had. 8)

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I would be out calling Winston ..."Winston Parker"...and people would ask why my Cat had a last name... :lol: ..also he came to a whistle or the ringing of a dinner bell, as well as the clanging of metal (I could hit the lid of my barbecue with the meat fork and he would come a running).

FYI - These people with the kittens are really dragging there feet and its getting my panties in a wade... :evil:


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its getting my panties in a wade...


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Still No Pussy... :evil:


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It's Hazmat Jellyfish Honey Badger Wrestling Night... :o

Sexy Ebola Nurse...Ooo Yah... :smoke:

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Rubber! :lol:

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Well that was a success, we had a cross contamination event last night... :mrgreen:


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Headed to the links, I will need a detailed report for LM... :mrgreen:


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naaah.
just have fun and i will picture it in my mind.


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i will picture it in my mind.

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 Post subject: Re: Plook on Tour
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It's a Special Monday Plook on Tour Episode... :o

The Lapsed Maps Classic Open Golf Tournament... :mrgreen:

Hole 1 tee shot left me a 160 yard approach the flag was protected by a huge oak tree on the right, I choked up on my 4 iron landed on the slop on the left and rolled to the plateau the hole was on, it was a little hot and ended up on the fringe but I was able to use a chipper/putter and put it next to the cup and tapped in for a par... :D

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Sun rise on the second tee, the white stuff is bird molting... :arrow:

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A heron in the water feature at 2nd hole... :arrow:

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After a good drive on 2, my shot got caught in a breeze and was hole high on the right behind a sand trap, I hit a flop shot with my wedge and put it close unfortunately that slippery downhill 6 footer just missed... :(

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Number 3 my tee shot was on the front left about as far away from the hole as it gets, I putted up the hill and managed to keep it inside 5 feet and was able to rattle it in for par... :)

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Waiting to tee off on number 4 a long par five... :arrow:

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I crushed my tee shot but the intended fade never materialized leaving me with huge 200 year old oak tree to contend with, I punched it down to 135 yards where I choked up on a 6 iron and put it on the green for a two put par... 8)

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Number 5 a spralling 500+ yards dogleg right par 5, good tee shot good second shot errant 3 rd shot led to a double bogey... :P

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Finished the front with a bogey, double bogey, par, and a par for a 42...not bad...Teed off on 10 didn't make the corner of the dog leg left, hit high lay-up shot that left me this look from 70 yards...the chip shot left me with a double break 12 footer that stopped inches from the cup... :|

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Bogeyed 11 and 12 came to the par five 13th with a great tee shot and and excellnt 3 wood into 100 yards out, had to make it up to the elevated green pin in the back and at all cost didn't want to be short in the trap, crushed but went over I was lucky to get out of there with a bogey... :evil:

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Bogeyed 14 and came to the monster par 5 dog leg left number 15, pulled my drive left the worst thing you can do on this hole but manged to crush my 3 wood over the hill... :)

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It was a blind shot I went to where I thought my ball was did not see it just a turtle... :?

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I back tracked and looked high and low no ball made my way back and the turtle moved and there was my ball, I think it tried to hatch it... :mrgreen:

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I put my shot on and pared 15, bogeyed 16 and 17 and manged a regulation par on 18 for 43 and a total score mof 85...I'll take it, just 5 years ago they said I would never golf again after my neck injury, I am no where near as good as I was but I am enjoying myself I guess I shouldn't over think it... :smoke:


Watch you local listings for more episodes of Plook on Tour.... :!:


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 Post subject: Re: Plook on Tour
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Looks like a fun morning. Are you sure about that "bird molting"? We get the same kinda thing around here and we call it "pollen". :P

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